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Many Endangered by Flre
Eariy This Morning,
FLAME5 IN A TENEAIENT
Dert9e Smoko IromJHay on Flrst Floors
Endangorod the Lives of tho Thlrty
or Thlrty-five Occupants?Tho
Damage Was Not Great.
?Jho storo occupled by Wnller Tnylor
and Son, Nos. 107 and 109 North Eight
contli Street, was damngod by ti Mrc.
whlch was disoovered about 2:1)0 o'clock
this morning. An nlurtn wns turned ln
hy Offlcpr Kecgan from tho Elghtcenlh
Blroel onglno house."Tho lower lloor of
the riouso was occupled by Taylor and
Kcn as a fccd store. Tho Becond and thlrd
storles of tho doublo brlck bulldlng wero
'used as 'ii tencmont 'liouso and worc
rented by a number of famlllea.
The firo started on tho lirst lloor, whlch
w_j) largely" flllod with balod hay and
baled Bhuclts. In u short tlmo a donse
Hiiidkii rosu fro mtheso lnllammablo ma
U-ilalH, and tho uppcr (loors woro flllod
With a deriHO smoke. Hut for the prompt
an.l cftlclcnt work of tho ofllcers from
the Flrst Pollce Stiitlon, who arrlved
qulckly on tho sceno and rnado- a tho
rough searcli through tho smoko iillcd
bulldlng, many, ospeclally tho chlldren,
wouid have probaly havo mnt doath by
suffocatlon. Thero were probably thlrty
or thlrty-flve people sleeplng In tho two
nppor lloors of the doublo tcnement. Thoy
worc hustled out Ih all h'asto by tho ofll
ccrs nnd Ilremon, ull or nearly all wlth
o'ut thelr clothlng.
DENSE S. -OKI3.
Wilion the (iremen reached tho bulld
Ing so denso was tho srnoko whlch was
ihen comlng from tho wlndoWB of bolh,
floors thnt it was though best to turn
ln o. second alarm shortly beforo 3
Thls brou.ht to Ihe scene a dre flght
Ing forco well able to cope wltb -.the
threatonlng flre, and beforo long II was
ovldent that the strong slrnams wero re
ducing tho volume of smoko rlslng rrom
tho ournlng plles of baled liny and
Hhucks. Tho llre had worked through to
the second floor ln ono or two places,
but no great damage was dono to the np?
por lloora. except by water. Tha llre
was under conrtlo shortly nfter :l o'clock.
Tho damago to tho bulldlng was not
great, probably not amoiintlng to"over
$1,000. From as cnroful exnrnlnatlon ns
could be made at the tlme It appeared;'
that an equal sum wouid cover Ihe dnin-^
nge to the rtock ofiTaylpr nnd Son o'nd;,'
to tho household goods of tho occupants'
of tho upper lloors.
floor nro prftctieally covered by lnsur
Tho bulldlng and contents on the flrst
ivnee. The occupants of the second floor
wlil loso ap ortlon of thelr household
goods wlthout Insurance. Those iivlng
on the thlrd floor will bo injurcd but
TWO HEROES AT
THE MORNING FIRE
Humbert Donati and Unknown
Negro Rescued Three Babes
from Burning Building.
Humbert Donati and an unknown ne?
gro proved thernselves hcroes in tho flre
nt the tstabllshment-'of?' Wnlrer Taylor
this morning about 3 o'clock. Three amall
ohildrcn had been left deserted ?by thelr
mcthcr In the burning bulldlng, knd Do?
nati and Cho negro man rushed ln through
tho bllndlng smoko and brought the chll?
dren out unscathed. The llttle ones wero
frlghtened nearly to death, but beyond
thelr frlght they wero unhnrmed. It was
Imposlble thls morning to learn tho name
of tihe woman who left her babes, all of
whom wero under four years of ago, to
(By Assoeinted Preni.)
FRANKFORT, IND., February 24.?
Earl Woods, tho seventeen-ycnr-old son
of a promlnent farmor, seven mllos west
of thls clty, this evenlng murdered his
futher, shot nnd fatally wounded his
mother und slstor and then commlttod i
siilcide, /Tho motlve for the boy's bloody
crlmo Is not known.
After tho shooting the young man went i
to tho home of a nelghbor and sald that
rohbers had entored his home and kllled
his father, mother nnd slster, and that
ho oscaped nftor a runnlng battlo with
tho desporndoes. Ho apparontly wns
greatly exclted, and sald he was orgnn
Izlng a posso to pursue his father's slay
ers, Ho stopped at another houso and
told the snmo story. When ho ivas ques
tloned concornliig tho shooting ho be
camo confusod nnd resented tho Inquls
Itlveness of ,the man to who he told the
story. Ho started nway and dlsappearcd
hohlnd a bani, whon a shot was henrd.
An Investlgatlon dlscovcred tho youthful
murdcror dylng with a bullot through his
SAN MIGUEL FLEES
His Force Thought to Havo Taken to
the Morong Mountalns.
(By Ausocluted I'rt'us.)
MANIDA, February 24.?General San
MiRUOl's forco of Insurgent I/adroncs has
abnndoned Montalbank, slxtoon mllos
from here, und probably has fled to the
Morong Mountoino. Reports from Boso
boso Indicate tho presonco of Lndrones
ln thnt vlclnlty. Rolnforcnments for the
govt-rnrnont troops reached Montalbank
too late and fulled to ovortnko tho re
trcatlng Uidronos. *"
EXCHANGE FOR A YEAR
(Hy Assocl.tod I'ri.-.ss.)
NEW VORK, February 2-l.'-Cnmlllo
Woldonfcld, a niombor of tho Stock Ex
cliango slnco 1800. was tn-day found gull
ty of acts "dotriuiental to tho welfaro
and Intorest of tho exehango," and wus
suspended for oni? yoar. Thls declslon
was' I'oached unanlinously by tho gov
eriiing commlttee, after an executlvo
sosslon wblo|i lastod nlmoM six homs
dui'iiib' tho grcator pnrt or whlch tlmo
Mr, Weldenfeld was under exarnlimtlon.
Tho other w'tnosses boforo tho bonimlt.
(oe woro M. H, Uoutello, of Mlnneapollsi
parkor C. Chnndlor, of Rostun, und Her
beri R. I^lmburger. of thls clty. all of
whom appeurod ns counsol or attornoys
|n tho Peter RoweivNoriihorn Paclno
litlgatlon, und of whlch to-day'n pro
ceedlngs wero the outgiowth.
Followlng the declslon of the Govern
Ing Commlttee, Mr. I-ilmburger speuklng
iojr Mr. Weldenfe.ld, sald;
*?iy'? haa Uu'orhiaUoa beforehand thut
tho proceeclltigs wouid take thls eou-nie,
irrcspcctlvo of uny evldotico tlmt mlght
bo prosentod. Wo prepnfcd acnordlngly
n'nil linvo Bcrve.1 Mr. McCltiro with a cOpy
of coinplalnt for adjttdlcntloii In a court
where Mr, Wcldoiifcld wlll probably havo
a falr heai-ltvB. Actlon wlll.bc bro ght
In Nnxsaii coiinty, ,whero Mr. Wcld> n
folrl rosides, so as to bo reached moro
EFFORT OF ADDlCKS
TO CINCH GRIP FOILED
(By AriMolalcd t'reaa.)
DOVER, DEL., Fobnmry, 24,-The at
lempt to pass In tho Motiso of Reprcsent
nllvus tho blll to roponl tho votors' nsslst
nnt Inw, a blll whlcli tho Domocrats clalm
oiui liloB Addlclcs to malntaln his grlp ln
fJcliiwure, fallcd to-day by n voto of sov
cr.lfen to llfteen. MoBsrs. Holcomb and
Rcpo, Domocrats, changed thelr votcs so
ns to movo for a roconsldcratlon. The
e'efent wns ncoompitshcd by Messrs. As
prlil nnd Derrlckson, regitlar Ropubllcans,
JolnihR with tho Addlcka forccs In vollng
"ngtilnst tho ropoal blll.
(By Aasoclntcd I'rpBo.l
INDIANA.'RA.. February 24.?Ten days
aaoi Slerllng Alkfcn. a negro, Bhot and
hlll.'d Welton Thomas, a book-keeper of
Wobrum. Alken escnped, but tho Webrum
rrsidents ordered all tho uogioes In tho'
tnwn?about . twenty?to leavo Ihe nelgb
borhood. Fnlllng to comply after rcpeated
rcouests, tho whlto resldents yeaterday
n'.lacked tho negroes' BhacU with ropes
nnd poles and pulled It down. The ne
grnoB then took thelr bclonglngs nnd
bonrded a frclght traln for Vlntondale.
VIOLENT ERUPTION OF
(Br AatnrlnlPd PrenO
MENICO CITY. February 24.?At 6:15
o'clock this afle.rpoon the most vlolent
nruptlon of Collrna volcano whlch haB
occtirrod ln years took placo.
A t 2:2'! P. M. there was n sevoro earth
quako Bhock at Tlixpa'm and a heavy
puH'of smoko bari6s over the entlro
Rotli Cludad Cuseman and Tuxpam are
near tho volcnno.
.Social To-Night and a Ball at Belvldere
Hnll on Friday.
A social wlll bo held to-nlght by the
.lefl'erson Councll.'Jr, O. U. A. M.. at the
hnll. Thlrd and Broad Streets. A speclal
nrogrnmme of rnuslc. recitatlons, etc,
line- been nrovlded.
The bail of Bclvldoro Grove, Drulds.
at Belvldere Hnll Friday nlght promises
lo be a most onjoyable affalr.
Outlook for His Recovcry ls Hopeful
The outlook for the recovcry of Hug.h C.
King, Ihe young man who was so rnys
torlously shot Friday nlght. ls most fav
orable. The Identlty of the man who dld
the shooting ls etlll a mystery. and Mr.
Klng ls unable to glve a correct dcscrlu
tion of him. He was reported as resll.g
easy at the Clty Hospltal last nlght.
Going South to Practice.
(Bt Assoelnted I'ress.)
KBW YORK, February 24.?Manager
Mack. of the Amerlcan League Base-ball
.team of Phllndelphla, and nine players.
salled to-day fron; thls port for Jackson
u'ille, Fla., on the Clydo Llner Arapahoe.
Honolulu Wants Statehood.
(By Aaanelnted Press.)
HONOLUL-., February 24.?^ John res
olntlon hns been Introduced In the terrl
torial leglslature petltlonlng for state?
Reference to Friendly Rela
tlons with This Country
(By Assoclated Press.)
LONDON, Feb. 24.?Tho Houso of Com
mons to-day rejected by 201 votes to 14.
Mr. Beckett's amendment to tho address,
tlie terms of whlch wero tantamount to.
a censuro on tho War Secrctnry, Mr.
Tho dlvlslon revoaled fower defectlons
ln tho Unlonlst ranks than had been ex?
pected, only about a Bozen Unlonlst
voting ngahiBt tho government, whll.
tho Natlonallsts abstalned, walklng out
In a body when the dlvlslon was called.
Promier Balfour, ln wlndlng up tho de
bato for tho government, complimented
Mr Asqulth on golng to the heart of the
questlon, namely, whether tho lu-my was
too large nnd costly for tho emplro's
noed. Mr. Balfour contended that threi
army corps wero necossary for work
outsldo the emplro. They hnd to con
sJdor tho defense of Indla. "In tho Im
probablo and unhappy event of a war
with Russlo, wo should requlre not only
all the avallable forces In Indla, but all
the forccs that Mr. Brbderlck's Bchemo
places a-t the disposal of the Crown."
Wlnston Spencer Churohlll, Conserva
tlve, earllcr ln tho dobate declared Mr.
Broderlclt's expectatlons had only been
roallzed In two dlrectlons, namely, in
the decreaise ln the number of volun
toors and In the lncrease of expondl
tures. He nsked where the government
expected the three army corps Intended
for forelgn servtco to oporrr?J. They cer
talnly could not contemplato tho three
army corps oporatlng ln Canada,
for tho Unltod States was "no moro
propnred to Invade Canada than Great
Brltnin was prepared to invade tho
Unltod States." ,.
Mr. Churohlll ndded, amldst cheers:
' "And long may that salutary nogloct
CUT THE EYEBALL
WITH KEEN KNIFE
A Painfu! Accident to Dr, R. E.
FranKlin While Cleaning
Dr. R. E. Friiiiklln. of West Main Street,
who eut his left eyebnll lu a pecullar
manner Monday nlght, wns restlng moro
oaslly yostorday. Tho sorlousness of the
accident is apparimt, for tho ga'eh ls deep
and Uio siglu may bo lost. Dr. J, A.
W'liito ls treatlng tho Injurcd orb nnd
hopos to bo nblo to save tho slsht, though
thfs Is yet by no m'enns curtaln.
Dr. Franktln was about to opernte oii
a patlont for a slmpla troublo and had his
knlfe In his hnnd cleaning |t. Some ono
eotning ln unexpoctedly cuused tho phygl
slan to rnlse tho knife, und bofore ho wus
awaro what he held tho blado had entered'
the eyoball. The iilfalr ls- vory dlstress.
Ing, .\nd Dr. FnuilUIn has tho symputhy of
Two Lantorns Presented to
the Rallroad Y. M. C. A,
Tho flrst antilVersay of tho Rallroad
Dopartment of Ihe Young Men's Chrls
taln Assoclatlon was observed last nlght
wlth oxcrclsoa of a most Intornstlng
charaeter hold at tho Maln-Btreot Hta
Both Preaident Stovcns, of tho Chcs
apoako and Ohlo. and Preaident Wll
llams, of tho Seaboard, found It Impos
slblo to' bo there, but they aent rcgrets.
Mr. H. A. GIUIs, suporlntcndont of Iho
Locomotlvo Works, appoarcd for them
and presented the two7 lanlerns to the
two members who brought In tho great
ost number of membora. Tho Chesapetike
nnd Ohlo lant'crn was won by Mr. W. M.
McFudden, who had succeedod In en
rolllng llftythrce membora, and the Sea?
board liintern hy Mr. Phlllp Budd, who
brought ln nlnol.een.
Tho evenlng was most plensantly spent
by tho large audlence of ladles and gen
tlomen. Tho programme waa as follows:
Music by R. R, Y. M. C. A. orchestra;
hymn; Scripturo readlng by Mr. H. M.
Flnch, of Hanley. W. Va.i prayer by
Rov. L. B. Betty; solo by Mlas Martln;
remarks by State Secretary L. A. Cutler;
readlng bv Mr. Hubbard; solo by Miss
Cfilder; presentatlon of lantenia by Mr,
H. A. Glllls: music; report of Ladlea
Auxlllary. presented by Miss Lucy Rob
Inson; report of secretary, Mr. 8. L,
Thomdsi annlvcrsary address by Mr. II.
O. Wllllams. tntematlonal secretary;
hymn; benedlctlon; music by orchestra.
The department is In a most flourlsh
Irfg eondltlon. as Is Indlcnted by tho re?
port of the secretary, an abstraot of
whlch Is as follows:
Vlslts to tho rooms .30.533
Haths tnketi . 3.137
Secretary's vlslts to ? shops and
yards ...k. -1J
Secretary's vlslts to slck nnd ln
Jured . "3
Letters wrltTt-n In rooms. 2.02S
Rapors dlslributed . 3,7?4
Books. drnwh from Cllfton Forge
Thirty-fbur educationa! elasses?at
tbnrianco ..-..??? <%
Fourteen soclals nnd enlertaln
ments?attendance . LSS.1
Twentv-flve speclal gospcl moot
Ings for men?attendance . 4.129
Sev*ntv-ono Bible elasses?ftttend
ance' .,.??????' 8-91G
Fortv-slx men's meetlngs?attend-,
Profesrcd converslons . '"
Membershlp for flrst year . 319
Prcpent membershlp . 4-'a
ln Point of Attendance it was Most Stic
ccssful Ever Held.
I ftr jMHMwIati-d Pn-as. 1
NEW CVRLEANS. February 24.-The
carnlval closcd to-nlght. ln point of at?
tendance of stWers lt nas'bewi "?
most wsucceasful ever held. while Ihe ipa
geants han-e been on a scale of great ar
tistlc splendor. The parade to-nlght waa
by the Mystlc Krewc of Comus. Jts tltle
was "A Loaf From the Mahabharata.'
and lt lllustrated in twenty superb floats
the great eplc pocm of the Hlndus. The
culmlnatlng, soclety event of the season
was the ball of Comus at the French
Opera House. The curtoln roso upon a
plcturesquo tableau. reveallng Comus on
a throno of llght. and tho masked Krefc-e
grouped on elther slde. Comus chosc for
his Queen Miss Myrtlo Stauffer. Miss
Allce Roosevelt was ipresent, and was the
object of speclal attcntlon.
Admlral and Mrs. Schlcy and General
Joseph AVheeler and his daughtors were
among the guests.
Rex held his ball, which partook of
the nature of a democratlc receptlon ln
Washlngton Artillery Hall. temporarily
converted lnto n carnvval palaco. There
was. a great crush of ' subjects of the
Klng, Miss Ingersoll Minge wns chosen
Queen of tho Carnlval. and eight, soclety
girls served as her attenditnts. After mid
nlght there was an exchango of vtslts be?
tween Comus and Rex and thelr courts.
To-morrow comes tho "period of'sack
cloth and ashes." Thero wlll be a great
exodus of n-lsltors and the rallroads have
mado speclal prepnrations to handlo the
heavy travel out Of New Orleans during
tho next few days.
The French crulser Tnge, whlch has
been hero for several weeks. wlll leave
to-morrow for Jainalca, golng then to
Tho battlesBl-o Texas whlch was brll
llantly lllumlnated to-nlght - ln honor of
tho Klng, Is also expected to aald thla
Admlral Schley, Colonel A. K. McClure,
and thelr party expoct to resumo thelr
Journey westward on Thursday.
CAUSED GREAT ALARM
(By Assoeluted Prera.)
?ERIDGEPORT, CONN., Feoruary 2L
Flre partly dostroyed tho new brlck car
born nt the wlnter quartors of tho Bar?
num and Balloy Circus hero to-uay and
burned a number of cara belonglng to Uio
circus. Tho loss ls estimnted at 15100,000,
on whlch there ls an lnsurance of $33,000.
Tho flro was caused by a lamp falling
to the floor in the midst of a quantlty
of benzlne and other inflammable mate
Oonsiderablo cxcltomont was crcated
during the removal of fourteen elophants.
whlch wero quartored ln a bulldlng ad
Jclnlng tho car barna, It was neccssary
to removo the elephonts through a door
fuclng tho burnlng bulldlng and across
fno tracka betweon rowa of burnlng and
amoking cars. In order to accompllsli
this safely tho four keepers took ono
anfma! out at a time untll tho entlro
herd was removod. Tho loud trumpotlng
of the clophaptB gavo ilsn to a rumor
that tho anlmals had brokon loose, Thls
rumor rapidly spread around the clty and
cccnsloned much alarm. The other aitl
mals at no tlme wero In dangor. The flre
Wtt'fl under control in about half an hour,
ISADORA DUNCAN <
TO BU1LD A THEATRE
(By Assoeluted I'resa.)
BERLIN, Feb, 24.?Iaodora Duncan, tho
Californlu dancer, has beon supplled wlth
J'Xo.OOO by subserlntlons from her admlrers
wlth whlch to bullcl a theatre to be called
by her name, Bxternally it wlll bo In tho
stvlo of a Greek tomplo, and tho Interlpr
will be Greek. Tho theatre wlll be de
voted occaslonally to Miss Duncan's
danclng, and at othnr tlmes to t.ho ropra
duullon of Greek plays and to concerts.
Tho danclng of Miss Duncan hna so at
truutod the publlu that the prices charged
for admlsslon to porformances aro as
hlgh as thosa of Coquelln and -Mmo.
T!E UP OF BUiLDING
(B? AuHocluted I'reas.)
SCHENECTADY, N. Y.. February 24.
The bulldlng Trados Councll, lopresentlng
all men eiriployocl ln any of tlie bulldhig
iriides, lins mado a demaud upon Shafer
and Barry. tho omployors of Wllllum pat
ter, ihe c-xpolled mllltinman, foi^hfa dls-.
chai'iiul The dvmaia b*a 'oiJSll j'et'ijsod,'
lie c-xpolled mllltiomoi
ii Tho dvmaia b*a
and tho hulldlng Vrades Cottncll has rl<s
chle<1 thnt whoh tho eprln/? bulldlng nen
soh opens nll-unlon carponters. palntnrs,
tnasons, Inthent, plnsterors, otc, will to
fuso to work on nny bulldlng r)h whlch
PotUr. has been employed. it is oxp..ct.
ed that tho result will ho to tin up bulld?
lng opcratlons. Ovor 3,000 men nro ln
/ WITH BAND OF MUSIC
(tly Aasoelated I'rnas.)
SAN JUAN, P. R.. February 21,-The
trlal of cx-Mnyor Egozcuo, whlch began
last Frldny on .the chnrgo of dcstroylng
tho records of tho clty water depart
mont, whlch, lt ls alleged, constltuted
? ho only evldence of oxtonsivo pecula
tlons and ombezaloments. concluded to
dny, whon tho Jury, after an hour's de
ilberatlons, gavo a vordlct of acqulttil.
A processlon of Sonor Bgozcue's frlcnds
was formed after tho trlai. and, headod
by n band, proceoded to sere.nado the
formor mnyor. Tho Republlcans, .to
whlch party Senor Egoxcuo bclongod,
met to-nlght to celobrato lils acqulttal.
SOLE SURVIVOR OF
ST. PIERRE DISASTER
'(By Assoclated 1'rcsM.)
NEW YORK, February 24.?Tho man
supposed to bo. tho solo survivor ot the
St. Plerre dlsaster, was a passenger by
the stcamcr Fontabelle, whlch arrlved
to-day from tho West Indlos. Ho ls
irseph Sabarace, a negro, aged twonty
sevon years, a native. of Martlnlque.
He wns a prisi.-ner in ihr- dungoon of
3t. Plorrc when tho lll-fated clty was
destroyed by Hie erupllon of Mont Pcleo.
IIo was Uiken to Ell.ls Island. ,
FROM HOTEL THIEF
(Pt 'Asroeliited PreM.)
NEW YORK. February 24,-The pollce
announced to-day that they had secured
confesslon from Louls F. Messier, the
elghteen-vear-old bell boy. who was ;nr
rostod yesterdtiy, charged with roobing
liotels. The oonfession. they say. shows
that Messier and Cullen, another boll
bov. who was arrested with Messier. hnd
plann?d--to rob hotels all over tbe coun?
try. Ma.ps nnd dlagrams of tho Intorlor
of hotels. tho names of promlnent guests
who made a hablt of stopplng ln them
and a svnopsis. written ln shorthnnd
under tho name of each hotel, descrlbtng
its plon, were found on both the prls
STRANGE VISITOR ON
FLOOR OF THE HOUSE
(By Assocliited I'ress.)
WASHINGTON. Feb. 2-4.?A young man.
frlvlng.tho name oftW. T. Clark. galned
rulmisslon-to :tho fioor of the House to
dav nnd scated .hlmself ln the chalr of
V,? HnMttar^vmessenger, near the Speak
&", fdTk ?*?he?rhe f|a idly twirliuB; a
?I'liMn hnt with a red band. Assislant
'oorkeeper Konnedy escorted him out and
.u'ned hlm over to the Capitol pollce,
"im took hlm to the guard-room, where
he was, rccognlzcd as the samo young
-ii.. who was escorted from tlie cupitoi
b_ dlng Sunday becauso of his strange
conoucf. He Was sent to polico hcad
quarters ln thts clty. _
! 6 SATISFACTORY TO BOTH
(By Assocliited Press.) "_'
C1HCAGO, ILL., February M.-Pay
'ng schedules satlsfnctory to both sides
were arranged at to-day's meeting of tho
commlttecs representlng the Amerlcan
-md National Base-ball Leagues and the
magnates left for home to-nlght.
The schedules call for HO games ln each
leari** Tho National playliig season
will open April 15th and the Amerlcan one
week later, April 22d. The season in both
leagues wlll closo September 2.th and
The schedules wlll not be glven out un
tll: the ahnual meellugs of each leayue
to be heidln New York ln the near ?u
' (Bt Assoclated I'ress.)
WASHINGTON. D. C, February 24.
Colonel Theodore A. Blngham, superln
tondent of publlc buildings and grounds,
has concluded an exhaustive tnvosti?ati"n
into the statement recently published
wldelv that n sldeboard presented to
Mrs. "Lucv Wcbb Hayes whlle she was
mlstrcss of the Whlte House by women
of the Wi C. T. U.. has passed Into
the hands of a Washlngton snloonlst.
Colonel Bingham's invostlgatlon dls
closes clenrly the fact that tho published
statemetits havo no foundation lu fact.
Hand-shaking Stopped by Plague.
div Assr.r-liit.Ml I'reas,)
MA'/SATLAN, MEX., l-ebruary 24,-There
was one death from tho plague to-day,
and that at tho Lazaretto.
Slgns havo been placed In sorno of tho
bush.ess houses notlfylng tho.people that
nnndshaklng ia ^opped during tho pre
valenco of the plague. Thero wlll be no
carnlval here this year.
AT COUNTRY CLUB
Themselves in Their Own
The annual Shrovo Tuesday celebratlon
of tho Itnllan Country Club was duly and
ciiaractorlstlcttlly eclebratod at tho club
houso on Brond-Street Road yesterday and
Tho affalr was ono of tho most enjoy
abl> over held by thls club; nnd Preuldcnt
Ohasle Traflerl was tho reclplent of many
coiigratulatlons fioi.i those whu were
pnisent und who enjoyed tho festlvltles.
From 3 o'clock ln tho aftornooii to far
into uhls . moniiiiK merrlmout ran rlot.
aames, dnnces and u sumptuous Itallun
dini'.or wero somo of tho main polnts uf
ltitoest, but tho- number of vcrv pretty
htdle. who graced iho oueasloit ailded
much to the ploasuio of au tliose who
Ono of tho pleasant surprisos of tho
atft.ii- was tho. nppoaranqe of Mr. lt.
Franclona and his rlg... hand mun. Uil-k
ory. as tho "old man and old woman' of
tho carnlval. Thuy woro compiotely dls
gulsed, and no ono could make u, correot
guosa as to thelr Idontity.
Many speecho. were dellvercd and sougs
woiw sutig. nnd tiho occaslon was ono
long to bo i'bniQiilberod by tho ttallnn
Atnerlcans und their frlonds. Aniong
thoso presont woro Mr. und Mrs. Chaslo
Trailerl. Mr. and Mrs. Leseh, Mr. nnd Mrs.
I.owls Marchettt, Mlssos .luha and I'.va
Perry, Mr;, Mrs. and Mlsa Arrlghl, Mr.
und Mrs. Pupojiifllll. ?>lr' ar^ Mra- J
Onesty, Mr. and Mrs. !'?? Frunclono, Mrs.
Mora, Mr. nnd Mrs. ltcgull, Mr. and Mrs.
Mnvconl. Mr. nnd Mrs. Mugnanl. Mlss
Corluno ursl, MUi. UW.m Arrlghl, Messrs.
.Vlnncoiil. Mngiuuil, U. finesty, A. BtuKJ,
F, C.'onelni, P. Trollerl./Pam Vaidlchl, H.
Uupkor, F. Po-hltr, Hjnm?? Wultojj iV#d
Qucstlon of Apportlonment
Still Up In Councll.
WANT HER CITY II ALL
Presont Courthousc to Bo Enlargecl
nnd Clty Hall Accommoclatlons lo
Bo Addod?Many Namcs Added
to Elks' Charter Llst.
Tho Tlmes-nispnteh Burcnu, ]
No. 1102 Ilull fllreet, J
At/ tho noxt moetlng of tho Clty As
sembly tho questlonof tho dlstrtbutlon
of tho approprlation of $7,000 for streot
Improvomonts wlll probably bo rovlvod,
but the.mattor wlll probably bo loft to
the Streot Commltteo. It ls qulto lllfly
that tho greatgr amount bf tho money
wlll be npportloned' off to Semmes nnd
Htockton Streots, aa was prlRliv.illy <31s
cu-ssod In tbe Streot Committee.
Street lmprovomr.nl ls not tho only
qucstlon of nioment nmong the Coun
cllmen, notwlthstandlng the actlon of
tho jolnt commltteo Inat week wns a tle
voto on the qucstlon, tho cltlzons' pctl
tlon wlll be presented at the noxt/meet?
lng of Councll. Tlils potrtlnn ls slgned
by about two hundred of tho most lm
Another thlng that wlll recolvo the
attentlon of tho Councll wlll bo tbe on
Inrtrement of the courthouso and tho
erectlon of. a 'new city hall. Mr. Qwens
has a sclicmo whlch wlll embrace both
matters. Hia plan Is to enlorgo the
eourthoupo by the orectlou of a bulldlng
Irr.medlatcly ln tront of the present
?ourthouso. moklng Ibnt bulldlng of an
I^-shapo, the now portlon to ornbra.ee
?uifllclent room to nccommodato tho clty
offlclals, who are now crowded for room.!
Thls plnn may not enrry thls year, but
lt wlll evcntually be 'a substantlal real
The Cltv Misslon. hardly n week old,
has done Immeasurablo work. Many
needv famllles have recelved asslstanco,
and 'tho good work wll) contlnuo as long
as the deservlng poor requlro the ald
of tho misslon. Thls misslon ls a por
manent organlzntion, and will bo a flx
ture for tho ald of poor from now on.
' OHAIN-GANG. ,
There is a sentlment ln Manchestor
agalnst tho chaln-gang ordlnanco but it
is -qulto . Hkely that. such an .prd'nanco
wlll bo" one oftbo. clty. lawa. Mr. Gll .
of the Councll. favors lt. and Cou.ie
wlll bo asked to pass an aet that wlll
leoulre all tramps and vags to work,
ror tho cltv o.n the streets.
Manchestor has been one of the qulet
clUes wlthln the past few days Very
little has been stlrrlng. and the pollce say
that It has been.somethlng of a surcense
for them. No robberles have been ro
ported. a^d even dlsorder has beon of
infrequenl occurronco. ..,??,.
Wlth tho beglnnlng of Lent to-day the
clty wllf'be even- moi'o qulet, for tho so
clals and partles wlll. bp cut-out for the
time. -. ?? ??:.-. ??'?_' ?? *f ?? -
The sllver tea at thn resldence of Mrs.
Thomas Pugb, at Thlrteenth and Hull
Streets. last nlght was an enjoyable af
falr, and many people enjoyed Ihe pro?
gramme that bad been arranged. The
proceeds wlll bo turned ovor to the
Daughters of Llberty, Solect Coundl.
Mrs. Thomas Cooko wlll entertaln the
members of Oak Grovo Baptlst Church
to-nlght at her resldence. No. 310 East
Nhleteenth Street. A muslca) programme
has been arra'riged.
Sen-Ices wll! be held at Meode iMemorial
Church ot 11 o'clock thls mornlng. Ash
Many names are belng adddd to the
charter llst of the Elks Lodge. whlch wna
orgunlzed in Manchestor Monday nlght,
and It Is qulto probnble that moro thnn
fifty of tho best citlzens wlll bo Inltiatod
on March ICth. This llst wlll he open untll
that date. Rlehmond Lodge, at Its meet?
lng to-nlght, wlll pass on the llst as at
MDRTDIAN, MISS.?The courthouso of
Lauderdado county was.totally destroyed
by II re to-nlght. It was a brlck structure.
orectFd In 1SS0 nt a cost of S25.0CO. Slnce
that tlmo there has been euponded $15,000
ST. LOUIS. MO.? T.he earsheds and slx
atreet cars of the St. LouIs and Subur
ban Streot Car Company nt Dehodlamont
were destroyed by flro to-day. entaWng
a loas estlmoted nt nearly $200,000.
PITTSBURG.-^Tho entlre works of the
Schultzo of Ihe Amerlean BrJdgo Com?
pany, ,a part of tlja Unlled Steel Corpora
tlon, nt McKeo's Rbck, near here, was
totnlly destroyed hy firo early to-day, en
tn"',v.!??> ??>' nhoul S200.000.
MEXICO CITY,?Tho news of o vlolent
eruptlon last Saturdny-nl'?the volcano
of Collmu Is qonflrmed.. Tho eruptlon oi
Saturday afternoon wns ...vlolent and
sturtllng, but not moro than thoso oi
former years. Much nlarm- wne felt -by
thoso ln tho vlclnlty nt the tlnio. To
day's ndvlcos report the volcano as ln
aotlvo. but lt Is fearcd that It ?nay
burst forth agaln. There aro many
Amerlcans ln tlie vlclnlty,
Dr. Walker's Reply.
Edltor of tho Tlmos-Dlspatch:
Slr,?Enclosed I send you the artlclo
rotorred to In my communlcation In an
swer to Dr. Gardnor.
I beg you to. puullsh lt In vlndlcatlon
of Dr. A. M. Po.lndexlo'r and mysolf, as
Drs. Gaiv'i^er, DU-klnson nnd Bugby
called J^Muostlon tho accuraey of my
slatomiiifr as lo Dr. -Polndexter's vlews
on bapllsm and Its deslgn. I did not havo
tho artlcle at thn time thal I wrolo my
flrst artlclo, hui havo slnce obtalned ll
and now send a copy. You wlll gii-atly
obllgo ma by glvlng It n placo ln your
valued paper, |is 1 arn anxlous to verli'y
my furiiior statoinont. 1 .shall send you
by to-duy's ni'ull nn old newapapor? tlui
Constltutloniil Whlg?pnbllshod In Juno,
1K29. It muy bo of Interost to you. Please
prosurvo It, as i muy aslt n frlend io
cull for It. Be klnd enough to send
(ioples of t|io pnpor .coutalning my papei
to Dr. R. T. Walltor,. Ccdar Koy, Fla.;
Dr. R. 11. YVulker, Box 64', Norfolk, Va.;
ono to Mr l.iindon Green, Belona P, O.,
Bowhaiun county, Va., if ho is not a sub
acrlber, nnd ono caoh oti tho Chrlstlun
Siiuulttid, Cliiolnimtl, Ohlo, and to (ha
Chrlstlun Eviiugellst, Bt. Louia, Mo. Send
blll aml I wlll leinlt the amount. ,
II. II, WAL1CER, M. D?
punnsvllle, Va., February lflth,
Extructs from a letter of Dr. A. M.
Poh/lexler, a d.'atlngulshoil Baptlst. mln
Ihi/ of Vlrglnla, publlslioii ln 1843,
V/c hu-vu ln? promlse of salviuion upon
tho oxoroiso of taltlt, pepewtiinoo nnd
other moral aets. Tho point of Inqulry
rolates'lo suoli toxts us soeni to conneat
baptlsm wlth these hlosslngs Aots ?.
cilianter 3S, ocoiiplca a proniluent portlon?
repont and bo baptlzed, &c. Peter'e
hearei's woro nlmoat eutliely lgnorant of
iho gospol, but, were novertlielesH vv-ll
acqualnted wlth' tho Old Teatainent, Ho
eoinmoncod hia dlauourao hy expouiidliig
tln- piophocy of >loo|. Tho inlmnuluis
powors wlth whlch the A)ivatloa woro en
dowed piu'tly fu)illl?.'d -ihal- pi'qphecy and
calluO, .^ch'.aSloMjio.u.Ui. llii>,.uroi?Ue of
\ ! I
The MiU'Encl Sale this woek has chances for a rich har*
vest to economy. You aavo half by your visit. i
T/V nvhole Store is in 5pring4ike tritn. These prices on
the hcwcst L'abrics.
A Black 0ress Fabric Sale of some 667 pieces of iincst
imported goods fcakes place to;day.
The Colton Fabrics of This Season
Aro boyonrl descriptibn. Tho new I
of mei'corizing which/liolda its lustr
ou oxhibit just now will bo liard to
'Boudny. nnd Pchhln Sultlnfts, In hand
ROiilu, "styllsh OfTccts, wori.li i 1 1/ r
IOJ.0,.0.. I I/2C
Morcerlzod' Sntln Strlpetl Kult.lng nnd
Irting Mndrns, artl.st.iu doslgns nnil uol
riKH, ltistcftd. of 1(')0 nnd Iflo, 1 '>!/ /
Slilrting Mndrns, urtl.st.lu rlcsigns nnd uol
Solld Color und Polka-diit Drtws j Ar
Duckings, tho lSMcnnd IficUlnd.l'or B ^w
i'aril wldo French Percnlcs, tho 13Kc
lil'o in them is tho adyuiiced soiotice
o ovou t-ftor wnshing. Tho styles
diiplicate later ou.
oties, ln all fcho up-to-dato prlnt- H\/ n
ingsi, per ynt-d.i. * /_8W
ItlJilu Idght nnd Dlirk Plqno I 'JX/ c
Wolts, 4.8IH) yarcls, to bo sold for, ? ^/2W
IJost, li'ic Me.mjHziid Sllk Glng- 1 Of
hiuiis, hlgh-grntlo novolty dcslgns), for ? ^?"
Bosti lOn Kuotoh Miulrus, now m]'\Ar
wi'tiVuN ixiiiil coloriligs, por ynitl... '*7*|*'
A. I<\ (1 and Tollii.uu Norde Gltighnrns,
In all tho hlgli-grndu and novel col- 1 f\~
orlngs nnd (lusigtis, for yard. ,u*
> An ..Immense Sale o! Ribbons.
Short lengths?to two yurds?-will bo clit as wantecl.
20 and 22c Satin Taffeta and Liberty Satin will be sold j ^LLq
Four inches wido 3(Jc Ribbon <%ic
sells for. <*-fu
All-Silk Black Satin Ribbons, cost 25 and 31o, _ .o^
AllicolofS and widtha at just such prices.
The love! Dress Fabrics in Colors |
Bear evidonce of the rupid advatico of Cohcm's Storo. Nothhig that
is effective but what is in full Lhio of eolors at th^counters. -
?15-lnoh Fronoh Voilo, in all oolora Q C,-,
This is n rugulnr $1.25 grudo, for yt"'
5-1-Inch Scotoh Suiting for Inllor-inmlo
sults unil skirts, ono of this seoson's Q C.
new im.portar.ions,for, ni yard Uc*v.
French Tissues, soft and cllngy, newest
shatlcs, imported to sell for ?2.00, <T | -}(\
at, the yard..' .?P ' ??*'l-,
AU-Wool Suowflnko Sergcs; ovury ^A/
colqr, for tho yard...,:.'...:,.... ?ul'
Crcuin Cordott' for sklrts, nowoat Ching
out, 53 Inchos wldo, for, the C I | f)
All-VVool Vollo, full linoof colors, IC/i -
Ch(?60o klnd. for, n yard...:.... *JCH*
Mistirnl ICininitios. lu all colors, CQr'
cuuinnt. ho duplii-att.il for 75c, at, yd, *?"*?_ ,
French Ohalllcs bniuitiful,,how dcstgns,.'
ln silk iuuI wool, speclal, "at thn'Jn?'
yard. ?::..;;'.:... ^vt,
StriiH'd Etiunlnes, iii all-"colors, Q&(*
t'ull 50 inoliiw wldo, at. tho yard..'... "*->*?
salvatlon to all thal called on the name
of the Lord. ln connectlon wlth thls
promlse, ho discourses conoerillng the life,
death, resurreetlori and aacension of
Jcsus Clirlst and appcnls to tbair own
prophets and to the mlraculous powera
possessed by the Apostlcs lu proof of his
dootrlne. Thls tostlmony tbey could not
now doubt. They wero fllled wlth dls
may thnt they had rejected the Chrlst;
that they had refused to bear the pro
phols, and crled out: "Men and brethrqn,
what sliall wo do?'' Awakenod as "they
now were, they could oaslly ln the llght
of thelr own scrlptiircs look upon Josus
as tho Lamb of God that takoth away
the sins of tho world. Still tho.v fclt tl.o
onerous welght of thelr guilt crushing
them, and in-the angulslt of thelr heiivls
ciied out: '?'What ahall wo do?" "Repent
and bo baptlzod." Turn ln. hcarl and llfo
and be\bapt!zed that you may, ln connec?
tlon wfth the'-performnnce of theso du
tles. -reiclvrf remlsslon of slns, We have
then thls as tho order in whlch Petei
presented ' the truth bofore thelr mlhds.
Flrst, faith/ in Chrlsi; second, operntlns
to produce r.ep.entnnce and obedlence to
that; thlrd, the acceptariou of. .theli; rc
pentance nnd obcdiehco: fourth, ln con?
nectlon thei-ewith they ahould receive
the forglveness of their ?'lns. lt will be
asked, does this construction connect bap?
tism wlth remlsslon7 It does; shall we
glve it up bccause we havo yicws which
lt appcnrs to thwart? Had these peoplo
recelved remlsslon of slns thnt thal should
be tho roason of thelr baptism 7 Nay. vorl
]y. for they are now inqulrlng how they
shall now obtain thls forgiveness. The
propositlon is in the snmo relntlon to re
pentanco as to buiptlsm, but nro slnners
commandod to repent because they m-o
forglven, or thnt tho.v may be fprgivpn?
How would this read? Ropont because
your slns are l'orgivon? Ho that bellovolh
and ls baptlzed shal! be saved? Dr Pe
ters' words agrc-e wlth the oommisslon
of our SavlorV It Ih In porfect acoord
anco wlth tho ?:-of oui' Savlor.
Does not that dlroctly roqulro this on
swer? But the c.oinmlsslnn teachos that
thore ls a conneotlon botweon baptism
and remlsslon. 1 can never believe that
says ono. For my part I wlll bellove
lt If I tlnd lt wrltten. Forglveness of slns
Is an hnportant part of salvatlon. ln
the record as glven by Mathew; It Is also.
connected wlth baptism, "Go ye, there
foro, and teach all natlons, &o."\ nnd
ngain ln Luke tho command ls to preach
i-epentnnoe and remlsslon of slns, so In
tho only,- placo?" ln the' commlsslons ln
whlch a'promlso'Of -salvatlon ls mudo lt
l'i connected wlth baptism; anotlter pas
pago Is found ln tho- languago of our
Lord to Nlcodemus. "Except a ninn bo
born of water and the splrlt he can?
not onter Into tho Klngdom of God." Ho
flrst tenehes tho necesslty of n splrltual
birth and that thls splrltual blrth ls ne
oompanlod by a blrth of water In order
to eutoiing Into it. I understand "iho
born of wnter" to be equlvnlont to belng
baptlzed nnd tho doctrlno tnught to be,
that wlthout baptism no man can enter
Into or becomo $ altlKon of the Gospol
Klngdom. Tlie nddross of Annnlas to
Sn.il]. "And now wlvy tarrlest thoin; arlso
and be bap'tlZMl and wash away thy slns,
calllng on the linmo of tho Lord" ndmlla
upon tlie samo. pilnclples of a clear nnd
iiatlsfnottu-v solutlon. Some make It tho
flgure of ii fTfel.ro a shndow 'of n ?limle.
Vfter all. the eff-ot ls not a flgurnllye
ihe! for Pnul's baptism aeiually wu-died
.ff his prevlnuslv flxed oti.-iraclor ln tho
?lght of men, especlnlly of the aaluta
ind Identlllod lilm wllh a new charactor
of n dlsclplo nnd hrother. l-et u? ?up
ooso that In Un- gospol economy romls.
i|on of slns ls eoiuieeterl wlth talth (or
-?pentanco) and baptism; Ihen thn ud
?li'-ess of Ananlns Is oaslly 11111101*3100(1.
?Hrother Snnl." ho would sny. "Je.sus,
who appeared lu tbe way. bestows re
misslon ol' slns upon all whp bellevod and
?ibey hlm. Ilo hns commanded bellevors
to bo baptlzod. Arlso and objy hlm and
you may enjoy thn blosslnff."
I call your attentlon to tfco Inngungo o.'
Patil. "Chrlst snv^ hlni.self Tffr llio
.-hurcii tliat bo mtght sanotlfy and p.leanso.
It by tlio wnshlng of water by tho word."
"Wo aro 'saved not hy works of rignt
oouaness whlch wo havo dono, bm by
God, our Savlor, acoordlng to His iiieivy
by tho- wnshlng of rtigeneratlon nnd ro?
newlng of tho Holy Splrlt." Now I ?*k
what ls meant by the wnshlng o( water
ind tho wa-shlng nf ngniwr.ulonv if
Uioy do not me.'in baptism, 1 uo not know
to what tlioy rofor. lt' they do
rofor to baptism. then tho church
ls cloansed nnd aanotlilod by baptism,
by tho word, and Ohrlstlana are saved by
baptism nnd llio renewing of the Holy
Splrlt, But doos the ohuioh .mjny iho
forglveness of'slns lu an gnsanqtlflvu and
incloitn srate, ?n<l a,r? peraoiis ln tlie
?njoymi'iit "f pnrdon nn<1 yet iinsavvd?
To tho same piirpose ls lhat of. I Pcter,
8.1 chapter, 201 h nnd 21 vorsen.'-ls thla a
figurativo salvatlon? Pctev Asm not, ?ay
so. He snys that the wator of baptlsm
Is tlie nntl-type of the water of the fiood,
but tho salvntion ls substantlal. The an
swer of a good eonse4ence. a consclence .
purifled through the blood of , n rlseu
Suvlor. testifylng Its love ln tho act of
baptlsm,-. I have now produced sevon.
texts whlch seems to me to harmonize
i with the llterol constructlon of the.lnn-.,
< guage of Peter op the day of Pcntlcost.
I ] ntlght mentlon othera.. but d'eem It un-r
j nocessiiry. 1 come, then, tb the conclu-"
: sloii tlini the New Testament does es
| tnbllsh a cnnneotlon'betwoen baptlsm and*
! tho remlsnlon of slns. Shall- 1,'becaus. I
i flnd ln other places promlsc-s. of snlvatlon
made to boliovers, nnd because we nro
sald to be just iii ed by falth dlscard. -.his.'
eonchislon nnd tv.-ist nnd coiMo.rt thcsi'
scrlptures and at last comr to no stabte
concluslon ns to thelr meanlng '.--i >i
rathcr taJto an Impnrtlal and d|spiissioii
ato vlow of.-tho wholc mniter, then wi
shall see thnt so far from conlllotlng..
theso stntoments harmonlz" most boniil.l
fully. nnd go to make .up a full and
complete representatlon of- the- KIngdom -
nf God. Before the comlngiOf Chrlst and-.i
the setting up of the-Gospel KIngdom,..'
slns hnd been fnrglven,-and. yot. the for-o
glveness of slns ls sipoken pf-, as pecullnr!'
to the gospel dlspensatlon. Under tho-.
formi'r d.'spensatlon nll who enmo lnto
It had all fhe right and prlvlleges 6?v
Jewish citlzenshlp. In the new dlspen?
satlon, all who submltted to.lt wero ln
vosted with all the rlghts and prlvlleges
i of cltlzens of the KIngdom of God. On.
I nf thes4- prlvlleges was a statc of pardon.
! The followers of Chrlst aro addressed
I aa enjoylng In n much higher degreo thnn
i did the Old Testnmont saints pardon and
other splritual blesslngs. Now baptlsm
Introduces the believer lnto the KIngdom
? of Chrlst. brlngs hlni lnto thls new reln-.
tlon, nnd ponsoquently lnto , the enjoy
! nient of tlvse dearer manlfestatlons of;'
tho dlvlno favor. rt ls 16 follow Imme-'"'
i dlntel.v upon falth.- Whlle falth chahges""
; tho renl oondltlon, baptlsm changes tho
rolatlve oondltlon, and Is Indlsp'ensablo
to tho onjoyment of every blesslng pe
buliar to thla oondltlon. The "qiio anl-'
rao" was tho thing rewnrdod ln the nc
oeptnnco of Abel's soorlfico and tho ro
Joctlon oT Caln's; nnd thus It Is with hap
I tlsm. lt ls accordlng to the dlvlne con
1 stltutlon the oxpi-esslon of fnlth. nnd un
1 loss thls fnlth exlsts in tho mlnd of the'
bnptlzed. It Is n nulllty. Baptlsm appenrs, >;
then. to bo tho menns or medlum for
tho full enjoymout of thls blesslng, the
forgiveness -of slns. Can any one onjoy"
tho forgiveness of ' slns' uh'bnptlzed? If
whnt has been sald bo true; tho ob
vlous answor ls thnt' no unbdptlzed per
son can onjoy thls blesslng as pecullar
to tho gospel economy.
Rmpress Bugiuio hns. Jus-t bpdi colebrat
i Inc tho flftioth ?nnnlversury of her wed
| dlng nnd spent tbe dny nt Parls, most of
ihe tlme g.'17'im- out from tbe wlndow of
| her hotol upon the gardens of the Tul
1 lerles?her liotno for seventeen years. One
enn Imaglnp nll tho mcmorles that must
have roourred to her os sho sat thero and
Bncod. momorles both snd nnd gay, mcmo?
rles ln pnrtlcular of n soverelgnty that In
ono sonso of tho word was unlque, Por
sho remnlns an record ns the only queen
or empress who has over been the arbl
tr>r nnd aeliiiowlodged leader of femlnlno'
fashlons. Although not of royal blrth,
ber sovc-u-i'ls'tity In thla respect was un
dlsputed. ovon by the womanklnd of the
I'ltti-rost focj Of the Nnpoloonlc roglmo.
U'hou sho lost her throne sho llkewlso
fnrfelteil' her snepter of femlnlno eloganco,
Sho oeosfd tn be tho ruler of fashlop from
'ho moiiK-nt she left Prance aftor Sednn.
Hut as an I'Xtle and moro partlaularly as
;i louely widow. sho obtalned whnt ahii
liod novor onjoyed during her neound'nCY*.
-if thi' Krenc'i throne. hnnm'y ihe "-ar-n
filcndiJhlp and regard of her slster qneons
lir.tl ompresses of Europe, who had, with
tim slngle exauptlon of Queen VJotorla de?
?lln.'d to loolc up'in her as one of thein
ielV4'K and as a monibor of thelr casto
?nitll sho lost her orown.
lt rnust havo proved a componsatlon,
.'speoiuliy to i\ woman of mature years;
and c"10 '" sornotlmes teniptod to ask
whether tho exslstence of Kugenle to-ilny
s not on.' of g'-eater cohteniment thun'
when sho queened It at tho Tullorles. At
my ruio ii is an exls!.oiU'ti uf Indnltely
? uperlor dlHlilty, for It cuiTiinauds the ro
ipeot and tho sympathy of all.? Washius
iti" Ai;i.J whom it MAy^cb no br n- a
speotal car vill run. leavliiB,, "rf""}
Stroet nt >S P. M., to car-sheds. IllghUnd
I'arU l-Vbrunry 26th; last car retur-uu io
Ifflchiuond at 12 M., to nccor/imwluto
* (vseiiKere for the. occauloii. R. ?.
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